Muriel's Angels is a charitable organization that facilitates funding for the special needs of children with physical and mental disabilities in Southern California whose needs are not covered by local, state, or federal programs. Please note that all monies raised by our charity go directly to our families in need. We have no paid employees. Our overhead costs (website, credit card processing, etc.) are covered by board members who are committed to the mission of the charity.
Muriel's Angels, founded and incorporated as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization in 2018, is a charity dedicated to Muriel Korzun, a woman with a lifetime of dedication that supported philanthropic causes and programs. Her legacy lives within Muriel's Angels to provide services for families with children who have special needs; These material needs are needs that may not be provided through insurance or other social agencies.
Muriel's Angels is a charitable organization that facilitates funding for the special needs of physically and mentally disabled children in Southern California whose needs are not covered by local, state, or federal programs. These special needs include but are not limited to any adaptive equipment that improves the quality of life and activities of daily living. Families who meet these needs are selected by the Board of Directors and said funds are directed to the selected families.
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"Great things are done by a series of small things brought together" Vincent Van Gogh
Aidan, aged 12, and his father need our help. Aidan, a youngster at Oak Middle School, is getting bigger and busier by the day. His single father loads and unloads his heavy chair multiple times throughout the day and lifts Aidan to and from that chair. It is difficult and exhausting.
To support his son's care, Mr. Garcia frequently has to miss work to get Aidan to school and doctor's appointments. With the much-needed purchase of a wheelchair-accessible vehicle, Aidan's father can bring more normalcy to their hectic day and Aidan can use his power wheelchair more often.
The wheelchair-accessible Dodge Grand Caravan conversion from BraunAbility was gifted to the Ali Family.
Muriel's Angels Board Members Jay Mills, Ray Escobedo, and John Ludwig, along with Dale Hight, present the van to the Ali family.
The Ali Family has two children, Hamzah (21) and Massoud (11) pictured with their mother, Maria Alia, and their father, David.
Dale Hight, General Manager of Aero Mobility, hands David Ali the keys to his brand new wheelchair-accessible Dodge.
The Ali Family after receiving the keys to their new wheelchair-accessible minivan.
Meet the Ali family. Young men, Hamzah, and his little brother Massoud, are in need of (and deserve) better transportation. Both have been diagnosed with cerebral palsy and will most likely require lifelong care.
Muriel's Angels, with the help of Aero Mobility, has found the perfect wheelchair-accessible Dodge Grand Caravan for the Ali family. But we need more help with funds. Can you contribute to these young men and their parents today?
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Maria Alia and son, Mossoud, 11, visit the Aero Mobility dealership for their family fitting. We offer this service free to all customers.
Muriel's Angels Board Members John Ludwig, Lynn Brown, David Brown, and Aero Mobility manager Dale Hight join the Ali family to their accessible van fitting.
Andrew, 19, getting fit for his new wheelchair-accessible van with Aero Mobility manager Dale Hight and Muriel's Angels Board Member John Ludwig.
In August 2021, Andrew Porras was presented with a gently used wheelchair-accessible minivan at Hope School, where he is a student. His friends, family, and even his Principal took part in the gifting process.
Andrew's reaction was the exact face of surprise everyone was hoping for during his secret delivery at his high school.
In May 2021, the Ramirez family, including three chair-bound children, received a much-needed full-sized wheelchair-accessible van provided by Aero Mobility and funded by Muriel's Angels.
Transportation for a family of five is no easy feat so imagine traveling with three chairs. The Ramirez's are such a kind, loving family and we are enjoyed being a part of their newfound freedom.
Sandra Ramirez, a smart as a whip 12-year-old girl, was born with Spina Bifida. It's a condition that requires an adaptive accessible vehicle to travel comfortably with her family of four. Muriel's Angels provided funding and support for the family to get a wheelchair-accessible minivan from Aero Mobility.
In October 2020, Muriel's Angels, with support from Aero Mobility gifted a customized wheelchair-accessible van for the Santos Family. Both Maria and Samantha Santos suffer from Muscular Dystrophy, confining them to their wheelchairs. The Santos' new mobility van is customized to accommodate both wheelchairs being able to travel together in comfort and with room left for the whole family. Aero Mobility is honored to partner with Muriel's Angel in seeing this family back on the road.
John Ludwig, President Muriel's Angels, David Meshkani, and Dale Height of Aero Mobility of Anaheim, with the Santos Family and their new wheelchair accessible van provided by Muriel's Angels.